Thursday, July 26, 2012

Brussels 2012: The Panel Discussion

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At the close of the Brussels Conference in the European Parliament on July 9 2012, a panel of speakers took questions from the audience.

The participants were Prof. Hans Jansen, Lars Hedegaard, Tommy Robinson (Stephen Lennon), and Alain Wagner, with Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff moderating. The Franco-Egyptian Coptic leader Jean Maher joined the panel partway through the discussion.

Many thanks to Europe News for recording this video, and to Vlad Tepes for uploading it:

Previous posts about the Brussels Process:

2012 Jul 11 Beginning the Brussels Process
    11 The Brussels Declaration
    11 What is Sharia?
    11 The Brussels Conference
    11 Conference Agenda
    11 Conference Speaker Bios
    11 Brussels 2012 Defender of Freedom Award
    11 Proceedings — Brussels 2012
    11 Interview with Tommy Robinson at the European Parliament
    11 Press Release: Brussels Process Launched
    12 Pointing the Way for Freedom of Speech and the Press
    12 Brussels 2012: Prof. Hans Jansen’s Speech
    12 Tommy Robinson Speaks at the European Parliament
    12 The Death Throes of Free Speech in Europe
    13 “You Can’t Hide the Truth”
    14 Brussels 2012: Magdi Allam’s Speech
    14 The Crossroads of History
    15 “Toto, I Have a Feeling We’re Not in Sweden Anymore”
    15 Brussels 2012: Nidra Poller’s Speech
    16 The Islam Critics’ Conference in Brussels
    16 Brussels 2012: Gavin Boby’s Speech
    17 Tommy Robinson in Brussels
    17 Brussels 2012: Pierre Cassen’s Speech
    19 Brussels 2012: Alexandre del Valle’s Speech
    19 Brussels 2012: Pierre Cassen’s Speech, Subtitled in English
    20 The Reading of the Brussels Declaration
    21 Brussels 2012: Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff’s Speech
    21 Déclaration de Bruxelles 9 juillet 2012
    21 Brussels 2012: Lars Hedegaard’s Speech
    25 Brussels 2012: Ingrid Carlqvist’s Speech


Anonymous said...

What does Tommy Robinson mean that the BNP are "racist" party ,does he mean that if Islam was not a problem it would be OK to have the indigenous populations of Europe replaced through mass immigration and become minorities in their own homelands. Race is a part of national identity and therefore should be protected as much as culture. The British Freedom party state that they would stop immigration not because of the indirect ethnic cleansing this would have on the English, Scotch and Welsh people but because they say Britain is "Full".